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. >> supervisor farrell, aye. supervisor kim, aye. supervisor mar, absent. supervisor olague, aye. supervisor wiener, aye. supervisor avalos, aye. supervisor campos, aye. president chiu, aye. supervisor chu, aye. supervisor cohen, aye. supervisor, aye. there are 10 ayes. >> president chiu: those resolutions are adopted and motions approved. could you read the in memoriams. >> on behalf of supervisor elsbernd for sullivan, on behalf of supervisor campos for rodriguez and on behalf of supervisor cohen for russell bradford, supervisor kim for the late thomas west brooke. >> president chiu: anymore business in front of this body? >> that concludes our business. >> president chiu: to everyone a happy holiday, happy new year. we'll see everyone back here on january 8, 2013. we are adjourned. >> welcome to the beautiful historic tea gardens, the oldest in the united states. this provides visitors from around the world to enjoy the natural beauty, harmony and tranquility of the park in the heart of golden gate park. >> as you can see the garden has a wide variety of plants here, almost a hundred spe
much supervisor farrel. unless visitors come and see me. i know the areas i do go to is getting that, very bad and i spoke on this before. you are getting money and spending and spending. why not spend it on something that makes the bicyclists do right. >> thank you very much. for those who don't know and district 11, the grass is greener over there. are there any members of the public would like to comment? we close comments. this is an informational item. next item. >> item 6, informational item. >> seeing none, will go on to public comments. seeing none come forward we close public comment. >> next item? >> item 7. general public comment. opportunity for the public to comment on any item whatsoever related to the transportation authority. will close public comment. >> next item. >> adjournment. >> we are adjourned. >> good morning, today is wednesday, january 16th, 2013. this is the regular meeting of the building inspection commission. i would like to remind everyone for turn off all of the electronic devices the first item on the agenda is roll call. >> president mccarthy?
to brad, thanks to ryan gosling, thanks to will farrell. apologizes to matt damon, we ran out of time. tomorrow, dr. oz and music from bruno mars. watch "nightline." good night. >>> tonight on "nightline," college gone wild. co-ed partying turned into big business, passed out, wasted and all over youtube. but could being smashed cost these kids a future career? >>> billion-dollar losers? overseas companies accused of massive investment fraud, possibly bigger mthan madoff. we investigate. >>> and a crash course in body ink at the famous tattoo school. two weeks, countless needles, and plenty of human guinea pigs to help out. >>> keep i >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, everyone. i'm terry moran. glad to have you with us tonight. tonight, how college kids' binge drinking antics have become a viral business. the creators call it "i'm schmacked" and they film co-eds getting wasted, high, and everything in between. it may seem like it's all in good fun, but once those students graduate, could their hard-partying online fame carry long-term career conse
at jimmykimmellive.com. thanks to brad, thanks to ryan gosling, thanks to will farrell. apologizes to matt damon, we ran out of time. tomorrow, dr. oz and music from bruno mars. watch "nightline." good night. >>> tonight on "nightline," college gone wild. co-ed partying turned into big business, passed out, wasted and all over youtube. but could being smashed cost these kids a future career? >>> billion-dollar losers? overseas companies accused of massive investment fraud, possibly bigger mthan madoff. we investigate. >>> and a crash course in body ink at the famous tattoo school. two weeks, countless needles, and plenty of human guinea pigs two weeks, countless needles, and plenty of human guinea pigs to help out. are you flo? yes. is this the thing you gave my husband? well, yeah, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from prog
is illogical. >> reporter: peter farrell is considering moving his medical company out of california. while this tax consultant has multiple clients, studying a similar move. >> as soon as prop 30 happened i saw just a huge change in the mind set. it was almost as if, you know, well, that's the, that pushes it to the limit i guess. >> they're fed up with the situation and they feel that, like they're being unfairly treated. >> reporter: these charts show you why. the top 5% of california taxpayers, those over 250,000, pay 62% of state income taxes. the top 2%? pay 46%. while just 34,000 taxpayers out of 14 million, pay 25% of state taxes. these guys aren't dumb. they're studying how to get out legally. two i spoke that that moved, they're saving $300,000 a year in state and property taxes. mickelson would be 6 million. top states, wyoming, washington, nevada. all zero taxes. arizona half as much. lori: wow! what a sad state of affairs. melissa: the weather is only worth so much the people are saying. the beach, i can live without it. forget the mcmansion. it is all about the micro apartment
zarqawi farrell early. at the beginning of 2004 is when we are sure he was there. we started to track his work and of course in the spring of 2004, when fallujaha essentially highlighted the meltdown of iraq, had violence all around the country, but fallujah became the first spot in the country where they held ground, they actually -- al qaeda and the sunni elements that were working with them at that point held at bay coalition and iraqi forces from the city of fallujah for a number of months. at that point it was clear that what they had built not only was farrell passionate but it wasal also extensive -- but it was also extensive. the network worked around most of the country. zarqawi was an interesting role, to get really to the heart of bruce's question, there was a question about -- there was an issue about did he really matter? and the answer is yes, he did. he mattered in a big way. because zarqawi became an organizational leader, he also became an iconic leader. he leveraged both very well. at one point we would watch him move around the country and deal with groups and he was ve
. >> that was brilliant. >> spot-on, brilliant. >> i was a great supporting actor. >> also, the will farrell movie, "the campaign," would that have been nearly as funny without you? i don't think so. >> bizarre news coming out of the 14 st. district congressional race in north carolina. now, get this, cam brady, four-time congressman, punched a baby. >> punched a baby. >> brilliant. brilliant. >> again, i can't even begin. i'm outraged. did any oscar nominations come from those performances? >> none. no supporting actor, nothing. >> we will never forget. and now, wolf's riveting cameo in the blockbuster movie "skyfall," also a snub. but, wolf, if it's any consolation, daniel craig did not get nominated. >> that movie, "skyfall," grossed $1 billion and i was in that key scene. >> and wolf got all of not $1 billion. >> no. >>> all right, maybe next year. i'm going to keep doing these major motion pictures. >>> imagine a car driving up to a fast food restaurant, orders, but then creeps up to the window without a driver. that's exactly what cnn's jeanne moos found. >> reporter: in under five seconds, he can
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